• February 15, 2017

John Allen Best Jr Killed in Alleged Alcohol Related Accident in Fayetteville, NC

Fayetteville, NC -- A suspected alcohol related crash in the area of Fayetteville, NC claimed the life of 51-year-old John Allen Best Jr. Monday, February 13, 2017.

The incident took place on U.S. 701.

It appears the vehicle occupied by the victims was struck head-on by a second vehicle. The details of the collision are sparse, but police say they believe alcohol was a factor. The driver of the second vehicle, 20-year-old Jisaiah Athaniel Pagan, has since been charged in relation to the crash.

It is also claimed 26-year-old Osvaldo De Jesus Mena wasa charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor related to the incident.

The official investigation is currently underway, and authorities hope to determine the cause of Mr. Best's death.

There was no further information provided by the report.

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